Perth-based transport firm Stagecoach will take the government to court after it was disqualified from bidding for the West Coast rail franchise.
Thames Water’s chief executive has stepped down after failing to complete the turnaround of the major utility provider.
The FTSE 100 has lifted higher despite Theresa May’s resignation announcement, as an uplift in US-China trade relations dominated sentiment.
Chemicals firm Johnson Matthey is expected to post higher profits next week, while the City looks for updates on new opportunities for the firm in the electric car sector.
Sir Philip Green’s longtime critic Frank Field has called on the retail tycoon to protect his employee pensions with his own money, as retail giant Arcadia prepares to close stores.
Business leaders repeated calls for an end to the uncertainty over Brexit after so many “wasted” days.
More than £15 million has been invested into a Fife distillery which plans to release a single malt in 2029.
Consumers continued to shop in April despite economic uncertainty with record growth seen online, official figures show.
The energy regulator has confirmed it will pursue even tighter restrictions on how much profit energy companies can make, in a move it said will result in lower prices for customers.
Broadband providers will be given more access to Openreach’s telegraph poles and underground tunnels to lay their own high-speed cables, under new plans drawn up by regulator Ofcom.